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Hepatitis A: Questions and answers

Immunization Action Coalition • St. Paul, MN 55104 • (651) 647-9009 • www.vaccineinformation.org • www.immunize.org www.vaccineinformation.org/catg. d/p4204.pdf • Item #P4204 (3/11) Hepatitis A: Questions and Answers Information about the disease and vaccines Page 1 of 4 What causes ...

HEPATITIS

HEPATITIS Last Updated January 2004 Hep A Definition Definition: Hepatitis A (HAV) is a disease of the liver caused by Hepatitis A. The onset is usually abrupt with fever, malaise, anorexia, nausea and abdominal discomfort.

HEPATITIS A

ODH-IDCM HEPATITIS A Page 1/Section 3 Revised 7/2011 HEPATITIS A (Infectious Hepatitis) REPORTING INFORMATION  Class B1: Report by the close of the next business day after the case or suspected case presents and/or a positive laboratory result to the local public health department where the ...

Hepatitis A Vaccine What You Need to Know

VACCINE INFORMATION STATEMENT Hepatitis A Vaccine What You Need to Know Many Vaccine Information Statements are available in Spanish and other languages.

What is Hepatitis C? HEPATITIS C

HEPATITIS C Information About Testing Why is it important to get tested? Most people with Hepatitis C do not have any symptoms and do not know

HEPATITIS A

HEPATITIS A General Information Who is at risk? Although anyone can get Hepatitis A, some people are at greater risk, such as those who: ■ Travel to or live in countries where Hepatitis A is common ■ Have sexual contact with someone who has Hepatitis A ■ Are men who have sexual encounters ...

Hepatitis, and E, Acute

Hepatitis, and E, Acute (Previously Hepatitis, Unspecified) 1. DISEASE REPORTING A. Purpose of Reporting and Surveillance 1. To better characterize the epidemiology of infectious hepatitis not due to hepatitis A, B, or C viruses.

Hepatitis A

WHO/CDS/CSR/EDC/2000.7 Hepatitis A World Health Organization Department of Communicable Disease Surveillance and Response This document has been downloaded from the WHO/CSR Web site.

What I need to know about Hepatitis B

What causes hepatitis B? The hepatitis B virus causes hepatitis B. Viruses are germs that can cause sickness. For example, the flu is caused by a virus.

Perinatal HepB Program Manual

New York State Department of Health. Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program Manual. Last reviewed and updated May 2011